Daniel Keene's website, containing interviews, extracts, introductions and production histories.
Richard Murphet, Real time Issue #43, June-July 2001
Richard Murphet's survey of Melbourne's theatre scene in the early 2000s, in which he discusses the Keene/Taylor Theatre Project.
A brief history of 45 Downstairs, host to a number of productions included in the Keene/Taylor Theatre Project.
Keene Taylor Theatre Project : programs and related material collected by the National Library of Australia, accessible for research purposes.
Fiona Gruber, The Australian, October 2008
Whilst discussing the 2008 production of ' Lower Depths' by Maxim Gorky, Director, Ariette Taylor and the Australian's Fiona Gruber reflect on the aesthetic influences of the Keene/Taylor project, in particular a furniture repository belonging to the Brotherhood of St Laurence that was a cornerstone of many Keene/Taylor productions.
Ben Cubby, Sydney Morning Herald, September 2004
"Fashioning language is Daniel Keene's trade, and the playwright approaches it with visceral intensity. You can almost imagine him pulling a red-hot word from a furnace, hammering it into shape and laying it down on the page to cool."
Alison Croggon, theatrenotes.blogspot.com.au, Nov 2010
"For the first time I can remember, Daniel Keene has two productions on at once in his home town... Since he lives in the same house as I do, I sneakily exploited our proximity to ask him some questions. And, eventually, he answered them."